How to receive communion by Kenneth Copeland

By Kenneth Copeland

Is communion only a non secular observance? Or, is it an exact connecting aspect with the ability of Jesus Christ Himself? there's even more considering receiving Communion than so much Christians become aware of. the best way to obtain Communion offers directions on find out how to obtain every little thing Jesus got for you at the pass 2,000 years in the past

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You have to use your own voice. God will not force you to speak. Worship and praise Him in your heavenly language—in other tongues. Continue with the blessing God has given you and pray in tongues each day. You are a born-again, Spirit-filled believer. Find a good Word of God preaching church, and become a part of a church family who will love and care for you as you love and care for them. We need to be connected to each other. It increases our strength in God. It's God's plan for us. About the Author For more than 32 years, Kenneth Copeland has led countless believers on a journey to maturity in the principles of faith, love, healing, prosperity, redemption and righteousness.

We take the emblem of blood and say, "Thank God, we are delivered from sin," and that is true! Praise God for it! But the blood is only half of Communion. The bread is an emblem of Jesus' body that was broken for us. The emblem for His body is just as important as the emblem for His blood. According to Isaiah 53:4-5, Jesus' sacrifice covered every area of man's existence. He bore spiritual torment for our sins, mental distress for our worry, care, and fear as well as physical pain for our sickness and disease.

I guarantee it! Praise God! Scripture Reference to Use: 1 Corinthians 11:23-24; Matthew 26:26-28; Luke 22:19-20 Proclamation Before the Breaking of the Bread: "Father God, in the Name of Jesus, we recognize that we have a covenant with You—a covenant that was ratified by the shed blood of Jesus at Calvary. "Because of the fact that Jesus' body was broken for us, that His blood was shed in our behalf, we acknowledge that He bore sin, sickness, disease, sorrow, grief, fear, torment, unforgiveness, strife, and lack for us.

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